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To meet the challenge of processing such large data sets, Google created MapReduce. Google's work and Yahoo's creation of the Hadoop MapReduce implementation has spawned an ecosystem of big data processing tools.
As MapReduce has grown in [Read more...]
I've posted the bulk of the presentation below. (I omitted a couple of slides that were MySQL specific.) Even though it was a technical conference, I got positive feedback from the attendees and organizers that the information was useful in helping folks think about where to focus their efforts.[Read more...]
Google unveils the Nexus One. RMS explains his position on dual licensing. And more.
For the latest on Oracle’s acquisition of MySQL via Sun, see Everything you always wanted to know about MySQL but were afraid to ask
# Google launched the Nexus One Android phone.
# Richard Stallman explained his position on selling exceptions to the GNU GPL.
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In the past few weeks I've been implementing advanced search at Plaxo, working quite closely with Solr enterprise search server. Today, I saw this relatively detailed comparison between Solr and its main competitor Sphinx (full credit goes to StackOverflow user mausch who had been using Solr for the past 2 years). For those still confused, Solr and Sphinx are similar to MySQL FULLTEXT search, or for those even more confused, think Google (yeah, this is a bit of a stretch, I know).
Governments. Governance. Customers wins. And more.
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“Tracking the open source news wires, so you don’t have to.”
The Examiner provided a two part interview with Daniel Risascher, Office of the CIO, Department of Defense, on open source at the DoD, while Government Technology Magazine reported on how open source software and cloud computing can save government money. Similarly, The UK Conservative party delivered a paper on the future of open standards, open source, SOA and cloud for UK Government, while it was reported that Vienna to teach its public servants
continuing the recent thread about contenttypes in django I thought I would talk about a feature which got added in the magic removal branch, which doesn’t have as much attention as I think it deserves.
signals and the dispatcher.
signals are way of telling the rest of the world that something happened. If you are interested you simply listen for it (connect in django speak).
One of the performance improvements I added to this was the creation of a ‘summary’ tag which[Read more...]
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